Reto Peter

Reto Peter was a drummer of the first iteration of Jazzaar (then called The Swiss Youth Jazz Orchestra), and through a connection to Fritz Renold he went on to go to Berklee College of Music to study Music Production & Engineering. Since then, he has been making records in Europe, NYC, and the San Francisco Bay Area and is credited on Gold and Platinum albums by Green Day, Modest Mouse, The Counting Crows, Flipsyde, and many chart-topping artists from his native Switzerland.

He also writes and produces music for television and his work can be heard on UFC, MTV, BRAVO, and national ad campaigns.

He operates The Teahouse Studio, his own professional recording studio in Oakland, CA, and is an active member of the local audio community as a producer, engineer, teacher, and voting member of the Recording Academy.

In 2004, he was awarded the TEC Award for technical excellence in recording Green Day’s “American Idiot” and in 2022 he mixed the Grammy-nominated album The Movement by Alphabet Rockers (Best Children’s Music Album).

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